Vet Visit

Jul. 31st, 2016 10:54 pm
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So, G peed outside the litterbox twice today. Cue a call to the vet.I will divide it into "Expected bad news", "Good new" and "Only G". Expected bad new is that he has a severe urinal tract inflammation, for which he got some shots and different food for a couple of weeks. Good news is that nothing else seems amiss.Only G....well:
1) after the vet managed to get him into the carrier G still got in a good scratch in
2) still growling and twitching his tail after general anesthetics took
3) the vet going O_O at the fact he's 7.5 kg with that build and insisting he's overweight. Me and shiri looked at each other and nearly burst out laughing(that is muscle. As the vet should well know after wrestling him)
4) When we took him back up the vet told us "oh he will be awake in about 4 or 5 hours and probably groggy for another 4-5, close him in a room you can afford to leave unused for the night" less than two hours later we looked in on him and released him out, chipper, wide awake and friendly
ETA: 5)nearly forgot : the vet trying to draw blood and grumbling, because even when he found a vein the first time, he couldn't draw blood. G is apparently a difficult patient even when he is not awake to actively resist....
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